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Pros: Pure sine wave! Great for the more sensitive PSUs.
High VA/Watt rating.
Love being able to see the at-the-wall power usage.
Cons: None so far...
Other Thoughts: It is an Active UPS meaning your devices are always running off of Battery and it just charges them as it uses them. This is not a bad thing, it just means that the UPS runs warm all the time. Standby UPS setups do not do this.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Extra Keys to change for WSAD. Easy key removal tool.
- USB Passthrough is nice but havent used it yet.
- Audio Passthrough is great for my headphones. I have noticed slight humming at times, but i am pretty sure that is my cable management (or lack of).
- Love the volume knob!
Cons: - Software... It is quite bad. Hard to figure out and eats up CPU Cycles for no reason! Not a big deal since you can program/change the keys and simply kill the software. No need to have it running 24/7.
- Keyboard was missing the G6 key (read Other for details).
Other Thoughts: - Loud, but that is expected of a Cherry MX Red switch. Which i would have researched my switch types a bit better.
- G6 was missing. I could have used Newegg's replacement program, but figured I would just reach out to GSkill. 1 key is easier to ship than a whole keyboard! Emailed the Friday that i got the keyboard. Didnt expect a response until the following monday. Surprisingly, I got a response 45 minutes later! About a week and a half later, I had a new G6 key in my mailbox. Props to their support team!
This review is from: Kingston 8GB 240-Pin DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) System Specific Memory KTH-PL316ELV/8G
Pros: Worked out of the box for my Proliant M10v2. It is not "Smart Memory" or whatever the Bios wants, but it still works. I think i just loose some monitoring capabilities.
Cons: It is not "Smart Memory" or whatever HP calls it, but it still works. I think i just loose some monitoring capabilities.
Other Thoughts: Maxed out my Proliant M10v2 with 32GB. Has been running ESXi 6.0 like a champ!READ FULL REVIEW